The best and worst opening pairs in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (Part 2)
Hopefully, Aaron Finch and David Warner will be responsible for Australia’s attack at the World Cup. Warner Lien’s inclusion is an absolute boon for men from the bottom up, but he will need his captain to continue.
Finch is dangerous in front of a new ball, but sometimes tends to throw it away. Australia will hope he enters his A game in the UK.
3. South Africa
Can South Africa break their World Cup world this time? If left to their openers, they can only do so. Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla seem to be the first choice for the Proteas couple, and we couldn’t ask for a better duo.
Quinton is a young and fearless beginner who is afraid to use all his power, while Amla can control the ship with delicate skills. Perhaps chokers are no more?
The 2013 championship was a turning point in the careers of Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan when they realized how effective they could be as a door opener.
This time too, India will depend on their friendship and understanding to give them an incredible start in the UK like they did here about six years ago.
Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy. Enough said. England have no talent in their current ODI squad and are the favorites to win at home.
Bairstow and Roy have put their excellent IPL form into the series against Pakistan and it is unlikely that any team will be able to constantly stop their responsibilities at the World Cup. Expect some great points from this cooperation.
Facebook scored big points, gaining prominent broadcasting rights from major cricket tournaments
The International Cricket Council (ICC), the governing body of the sport, announced today it is partnering with Facebook to display exclusive digital content for ICC tournaments held in the Indian subcontinent. Degree until 2023. The social network will also display post-match summaries for ICC Events held elsewhere in the world.
The governing body had a partnership with Facebook earlier this year for the 2019 cricket world cup to be held in the UK. The ICC claims everyone watched 1.2 billion minutes of tournament-related videos on this platform.